Some New Work from Charles Chatov

Tattoo // Monday, October 08, 2012
We came across these new vibrant works of ink by the great Charles Chatov out at Only You Tattoo in Atlanta, Ga. With a strong, bold approach  with color and a near traditional aesthetic, Chatov is another talented artist to keep on your radar.

Goldfish Are Forever

Tattoo // Monday, October 08, 2012
Thank you to the talented Jee Sayalero, who is currently working as a tattoo artist in Madrid, Spain, for creating this gorgeous (and huge) full side piece of 2 color goldfish. His gradients, rendering and use of color on these aquatic aliens is really pretty spectacular. Enjoy.

Tattoo Artist Craig Rodriguez

Tattoo // Monday, October 08, 2012
A veteran tattoo artist with nearly 20 years experience under his belt, Craig Rodriguez is the founder of Brooklyn's Hand of Glory tattoo shop and its young sister studio The End Is Near. Check out his work, especially his highly detailed and beautifully colored sleeves, just a few examples of a seasoned artist at the top of his game.

Grez at Kings Avenue Tattoo

Tattoo // Sunday, October 07, 2012
Grez began his tattoo career in the year 2000 at Halo Tattoo In Syracuse NY. He has been working at Kings Avenue since it was first getting going off the ground. Grez enjoys working in a variety of styles, predominantly with a traditional Americana approach, though he adds his own color variation and hand style- I love his vulture work. He currently works in Manhattan.

The Tattoo Work of Josh Mason

Tattoo // Saturday, October 06, 2012
What do King Diamond, Mr. T, Motley Crue, Henry Rollins all have in common (besides the fact that I love them all)?! They've all been rendered permanently on the lucky clients of Josh Mason out at Old Soul Tattoo in Canonsburg, PA. Not a bad roster of renderings to have under your belt!

Invisible Ink's Regino Gonzales

Tattoo // Friday, October 05, 2012
Still killing it out at Invisible Ink Tattoo shop in NYC is the talent of Regino Gonzales, his touch and professionalism can be seen across the board from color to grayscale, portraiture, traditional and his own stylized rendering.

Clifton Carter's Tattoo

Tattoo // Friday, October 05, 2012
Clifton Carter states, “I have been working at tattoo shops since 1999 and apprenticed in 2000. I started tattooing full time in January 2001. I like doing every type of tattoo especially anything that looks like an Ed Hardy thing. In my tattooing I am just trying to carry images and ideas forward that I have been fortunate enough to be exposed to. There has been so much beautiful visual art made in human history that I would love to help people wear in the skin..."

The Work of Danny Reed

Tattoo // Friday, October 05, 2012
“I’ve been tattooing almost 10 years. I started here in Asheville NC and have been here almost my whole entire career. I really enjoy all types of tattooing. I love lettering, black and grey, portraits, Japanese, traditional, tribal and fine-line, but my favorite stuff is the weird shit, just strange, humorous and different. I draw a lot of inspiration from Ed Hardy, Greg Irons, Jim Philips, Dave Lum, Bob Roberts, old comics and animators...

Behind the Scenes with Megan Massacre

Tattoo // Thursday, October 04, 2012
The talented and foxy Megan Massacre of NY INK takes you behind the lens of her recent cover shoot for UK-based Attitude Clothing Magazine's summer issue.

Amigos de los Muertos

Tattoo // Thursday, October 04, 2012
"Amigos de los Muertos" is a handy little resource book for tattoo artists and tattoo enthusiasts alike, chocked full of morbidly delightful and visually inspiring Day of the Dead illustrations drawn by Roberto Jaras Lira, Jeral Tidwell, Angryblue, and David Lozeau. Be sure to check out Last Gasp Books to learn more about this awesomely macabre little gem.


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